About West Linn
Voted one of America’s “Most Livable Cities,” and located between the Willamette and Tualatin rivers this “City of Hills, Trees, and Rivers” is best known for its balance of uncompromised natural beauty and upscale amenities. It offers views of Mt. Hood, Portland and Willamette Falls.
Founded in 1843, West Linn’s roughly 24,000 residents are among the best educated in the state. Well-regarded for their strong sense of community and civic pride, West Linn’s passionate volunteer base is involved in supporting local government, schools and charitable organizations through active fundraising and participation.
Homes here range from early pioneer and Victorian to contemporary and custom-built designs in lush hillside neighborhoods.
Nearby I-205 and Highway 43 make commuting to Portland convenient, though the bounty of entertainment, recreation, shopping, and fine dining offered locally won’t require it. Popular events include the summer’s West Linn Old Time Fair (a 53-year tradition), the West Linn Arts Festival, Music in the Park and much more.
Parks are also plentiful from 19-acre Fields Bridge Park, Willamette Park, 128-acre Mary S. Young Park (great for birders) and The Great West Linn Outdoor Adventure, a nature-based event that includes hiking, campfires, a movie and overnight camping in the park.
If the peace and beauty of West Linn beckons you, contact us today for a complete listing.